Republicans are halfway there in their fight to win control of the Senate.
More than a third of those who voted for a Republican House candidate were dissatisfied or angry with GOP leaders in Congress; a quarter of Democratic voters upset with President Obama.
Republicans are off to a good start on election night with a victory by GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell.
Republicans have picked up four of the six seats they need for a Senate majority, while Louisiana’s hard-fought Senate race is headed to a runoff.
Mitt Romney said Monday that promises made by President Barack Obama have not helped the American people, and the former presidential candidate predicted that change is coming to Washington, D.C.
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts hoped Kansas’ deep Republican roots would hold firm Tuesday as he sought to fend off a surprisingly staunch challenge from a suburban Kansas City businessman pledging to bring a nonpartisan voice to Washington.
Threatened with ouster in a state trending more heavily Republican, U.S. Sen. Mary Landrieu wasn’t certain to know her political fate Tuesday, as voters cast their ballots in Louisiana’s tight Senate race.
Public campaigning gives way to the privacy of the voting booth today with control of the Senate, the makeup of the House and three dozen governorships at stake.
With the midterm elections less than one day away, Vice President Joe Biden told CNN that he doesn’t think Republicans will gain control of the Senate.
Republican Sen. Pat Roberts and independent challenger Greg Orman began their closing appeals in this surprisingly competitive race, aiming mainly at dissatisfied moderates in vote-rich eastern Kansas.